The flight attendants union at American Airlines sent me an e-mail yesterday saying they are concerned that their "travel benefits" could be taken away. Click here for more information. After the American Airlines bankruptcy, I want to assist these flight attendants who have helped make our flights safer and more comfortable when we travel. I want to reduce flight attendant stress if these flight attendants lose their travel benefits over the holiday season and become stranded. In the spirit of the holiday season, I pledge to donate at least 25,000 American Airlines miles or Delta Airlines miles to help insure that American Airlines flight attendants will get home for the holidays. If flight attendants use our donated frequent flyer miles in exchange for an airline ticket, it would be better for them than flying "Non-Revenue, Space Available". This is because they would have a confirmed seat instead of hoping the flight they wanted was not sold out and traveling only as "space available". Does anyone know how to set up a "mileage bank "so we could pledge our miles to these flight attendants, unsure of their travel benefits for the next 60 days. If our miles are not needed, we would keep our miles. At www.milepoint.com and flyertalk.com, readers continuously reach out to help other people. An example is the two million dollar Kiva pledge found on milepoint.com. Flight attendants take care of you. Now it is your opportunity to take care of them. If you agree that helping to insure that flight attendants at bankrupt American Airlines get home for the holiday is important, feel free to add your mileage pledge below.